The Mid-Atlantic-based hip-hop duo of Collectible Humans have released their first album, String Theory, and it’s available for free download. Way back in July I posted their single, “Rocket Surgery,” which includes some filthy cuts from DJ Addikt. The duo also released a video for that track, which you can see after the jump. If free isn’t your thing, you can also get a CD-R version of this album along with a Collectible Humans t-shirt for just $10. Which, to me, is the best deal in sports.
The self-proclaimed duo of “progressive hip-hop for humans that can read” each have solo endeavors down the pipeline, but for now, enjoy some hip-hoppery that’s worth a lot, but won’t cost you much.
Issuez aka Max Reebo is responsible for this epic Christmas compilation. If you’re not familiar with Maxx Reebo he’s one half of the duo The Hinderance and breaks mics in the United Kingdom on the regular. All 33-tracks (33!) can be yours for the yule tide price of free by simply clicking here and following further instructions. Some tracks are on albums already but some are exclusives and previews for your listening pleasures. Artists featured include Collectible Humans, ADAM (formally Adam Warlock), Black Tokyo, Carl Kavorkian, Jimmy Greek, Short Fuze, Taiyamo Denku, Megabusive, Atari Blitzkrieg and Max Reebo himself. Peep the Collectible Humans track “Devil Do”…
… and be sure to head over and download this today. 33 progressive hip-hop tracks in your digital stocking is more than you were going to get anyway you naughty mother fucks.
Peep the first single from Collectible Humans, “Rocket Surgery.”
DJ Addikt is responsible for the cuts on this here joint. Nothing like a little progressive Hip-Hop to get you through this week in the midst of the dog days of summer. If you’re not familiar with Collectible Humans they’re made up of Adam Selene and Joshua Coberly. Selene is also responsible for the production on this record which contains some dope ass bongo-esque drums that would leave Matthew Mcconaughey jealous.
Extremely tasty. Download it (for free, yes, your sticky ass hands are welcome) here and stay tuned to TECB for more on these fellas.